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That follows a deal announced at Mipcom whereby the period drama is screening in the Us on streaming service Acorn TV, which will be followed by DVD and syndication on public TV stations.
The BBC deal was announced today by Seven and Endemol Worldwide Distribution.
Foxtel commissioned a further two series, each of 10 episodes, of the period drama after Seven announced in June it would not proceed after series 2 because the show skews to an older demographic.
Rlj Entertainment bought North American rights and the first season has launched on Acorn TV.
Created by Bevan Lee (Packed to the Rafters, Always Greener,. Winners & Losers), the show stars Marta Dusseldorp, Noni Hazlehurst, Brett Climo, Abby Earl, Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood, Aldo Mignone, Craig Hall, Frankie J. Holden and David Berry.
Seven.s director of production Brad Lyons said, »
- Don Groves
Channel 7 has officially confirmed that period drama A Place to Call Home will conclude at the end of season two.
Despite being only halfway through airing the second series, the network has confirmed the development of season three won.t be proceeding. The remaining episodes of season two will still go to air.
It has been speculated the reason behind the show.s axing is because the second season failed to provide the million-plus viewers of the first, though a Channel 7 spokesperson pointed out to If that, with last Sunday.s episode drawing 855,000 viewers, »
- Staff Writer
2 items from 2014
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